1998 Campaign Finance Profile Huelsman

Senator Joanne Huelsman (R) WaukeshaSenator Joanne HuelsmanState Senate District 11
1998 Election Notes and Background
1998 Campaign Finance Summary
* Sen. Huelsman was first elected to the Assembly in 1988 and the Senate in 1990.

*She won a two way primary and faced Democratic opposition in the general election.

*Concerned Business & Industry ($4,173) backed Huelsman through independent spending.

Huelsman Hennecke
Raised
$84,311
Spent
$86,482
Spent
$4 ,555
Vote: 68.2% $2.27/vote $0.26/vote
Independent backing:
$4,173
Independent backing:
$0

Where Did the Money Come From?

War chest on 1/1/95 $2,715
From Self $18,500
Less than $100 $20,270
$100 or more $28,008
PAC & Party $11,250
Other Income $6,283
WECF* $0
*voluntary spending limit system

Top identifiable interests
contributing to Huelsman
(1/1/95-12/31/98)
Huelsman’s Committee Assignments
Health Professionals $7,965
Banking & Finance $7,450
Construction $3,213
Insurance $2,650
Labor $1,850
1999/2000: Education; Judiciary & Consumer Affairs; Law Revision; Uniform Laws Commssion.

1997/98:Education; Judiciary, Campaign Finance Reform & Consumer Affairs; Uniform State Laws Commission.

Interest Group Ratings 1998
WI Right to Life 100%
WI Pro-Life 20%
WI Manufacturers & Commerce 78%
WI Federation of Teachers 24%
AFL-CIO 23%
Environmental Decade 44%

Who are the top lifetime individual contributors to Sen. Huelsman?
1/1/89 - 12/31/98

Contributor Business Residence Amount
Joanne Huelsman Legislator Waukesha $25,600
Bryce & Anne Styza Harmony Homes Waukesha $1,200
Del Van Stone Van Stone, Foley & Wesson Pewaukee $1,150
A. David Davis Check N Go Cincinnati, OH $1,000
Toby & Brenda McKenzie National Cash Advance Cleveland, OH $1,000

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